Blogging Baby Sleepover for Sunday, October 15: Real Life Edition

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I had the distinct honor of getting together with some bloggers in person last night, so I thought I'd include y'all in on it, virtually at least. As usual, the garbage can wait.

So, we all gathered at the Homesick Home, where L, the host with the most, cheerfully tolerated my gang of hoodlums tearing about her home like it was the running of the bulls in Pamplona. Her kids were there -- Big Son, Daughter, and Little Son -- along with the charming, albeit somewhat shy, Hub.

In from out of town was Granny -- Ann Adams, in the list of frequent contributors over on the right there -- of Roc Rebel Granny. She took the train in for a well-deserved break from her three girls who are well on their way to being teenagers. She was her usual charming self. We picked her up at the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station and headed over to L's.

StephanieRJ StefanieRJ (Sorry!) of Mommymatic was also here from Salt Lake City. We'd never met her before and she's one of these famous bloggers with a cool logo (as opposed to L and Ann, who are famous bloggers I'd already met) so I was a bit nervous about meeting her. She was, however, extremely nice, very funny, and easy to talk to. And she has gorgeous hair.

There was lots of talk about many subjects -- kids, men, make up (aka, the good, the bad, and the ugly?) -- as you might expect when a bunch of mommy bloggers get together. Long story short, a good time was, I think, had by all. If you have a chance to meet up with fellow bloggers from your area, I heartily recommend it!
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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